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Kinross Incident Museum Exhibit

From: Gord Heath <gwheath.nul>
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 23:57:09 -0800
Archived: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 12:12:37 -0400
Subject: Kinross Incident Museum Exhibit

As part of an ongoing investigation into the 'Kinross Incident'
(unsolved dissappearance of F-89 pursueing UFO over Lake
Superior , dispatched from Kinross AFB near Sault Ste. Marie,
Nov. 23rd, 1953), I recently visited Moreauville, Louisiana
which is the hometown of pilot 1st Lt. Felix Eugene Moncla Jr.

I was there to contact his relatives and find out there
remembrance of the pilot involved.

While there I met a Carlos Mayeaux, who is the president of La
Commission de Avoyelles, which is trying to establish a
historical museum in Moreauville. He indicated interest in the
possible inclusion of an exhibit in the proposed museum dealing
with the unsolved dissappearance of Lt. Moncla in the previously
mentioned incident. Lt. Moncla was a native of Moreauville who
resided next door to the proposed museum sire. His memorial
which refers to his unsolved dissappearance while chasing a UFO
over Lake Superior, is located near his mother's grave in Sacred
Heart Cemetery, a short walk down the street.

I have indicated my interest in helping with this effort, and
toward this goal I am soliciting all UFO investigators who have
any relevant material that may help to document this story to
the public.

I am of course particularly interested in any original material
that may be out their in peoples collections/files that relates
to this incident.

I am also continueing my personal investigation of this incident
so I am interested in any information or other material that
might be relevant to this incident.

Please contact me if you feel you may be able to assist in this

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